Category Archive for "inheritance"

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If you’re a parent you should have a Will

Wills are essentially about stating what you want to happen with your property in the event of your death.  You may never have thought of your children as your property, but you do need to think about what will happen…

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Getting Ready To Meet The Grim Reaper

Death is a fact of life, but life goes on for those we leave behind and so being prepared for the reality of your own death can go a long way to easing the making life easier for those who…

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Top Financial stories of 2017

As we prepare to bid a (fond) farewell to the year 2017, here’s a quick round up of the year’s main financial news. January While it wasn’t, strictly speaking, financial news, the inauguration of President Trump, was pretty much guaranteed…

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A Trust Can Make All The Difference

Death itself is fairly straightforward for the deceased, it can, however, be both complicated and distressing for those left behind, even when the death involves an elderly person dying quietly in their sleep.  The life of those left behind can…

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New Rules To Soften The Blow Of Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax has always been one of the most controversial taxes around. Depending on your point of view it can be: an essential means of making sure that a private individual’s wealth is shared with society as a whole a…

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